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Peru cultural event focuses Cuba-China lecture

Peru cultural event focuses Cuba-China lecture

Havana, Sep 29 (Prensa Latina) Relations between Cuba and China are the theme of a lecture given by professor and researcher Eduardo Regalado, from digital platforms, at the Week of Culture of the Asian nation in Peru.
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The program of that event in its 2021 edition is the result of a joint coordination between the Confucius Institute of the Pontifical Catholic University of that South American nation (PUCP), the Confucius Institute of the University of Havana (UH), the Embassy of Beijing in Lima and the PUCP Film Library.

The agenda also includes lectures on Chinatowns in Latin America, by Yrmina Eng, assistant professor at the Faculty of Arts and Letters of the UH, and intercultural essences in the Chinese press in Havana, a study undertaken by communicator Reinier Aldazabal.

For this September 29, the entities involved also propose the etymological sample of the collection of the Asia House-Museum of the Office of the Historian of the Silk Road with the director of the Asia House, Yamir Macias, and the museologist of that institution Michelle Garcia.

The history of the dragon dance, another of the planned topics, is a research by Jorge Caceres, master of the Chung Shan Chinese Dragon and Lion Dance Society, and the lecture Discovering the Dragon’s Descendants, by Professor Chen Zhi.

The activities will commemorate the World Confucius Institutes Day, the anniversaries of the birth of Master Confucius; the establishment of diplomatic relations between Cuba and China and the National Day of China.


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